Halloween looms, my dreadful darlings, have you considered your seasonal reading? Perhaps in your secret heart, not the one in your chest, but the one you have sealed in a cast glass jar and hidden high on a shelf in a cobwebbed attic or buried beneath the gelid […]
Larp Legion shares a gallery of cats drawn as RPG characters. They are adorable and rad af. (Thanks, Mike!)
Bilge Ebiri writes about the history of hairless cats on film. “Before I proceed, some disclosure: I have a Cornish Rex that, while not technically hairless, looks very much like a space alien to people, even other cat owners. Though not much of a cuddler, she is absurdly […]
Join our friends at Pet Cinematary podcast as they discuss, The Richest Cat In The World (1986)! “Leo the cat inherits 5 million dollars, and some people will stop at nothing to get their hands on it. (Well, except, you know, taking care of the cat and being […]
Please enjoy these animated stories from Edward Gorey. ‘If you’ve ever wondered what Edward Gorey sounded like, wonder no more. Hear his solidly Midwestern accent (Gorey grew up in Chicago) as he describes the travails of living with adorable, frustrated predators who destroy the furniture and throw themselves […]
At Lithub, Viv Groskop writes about Mikhail Bulgakov’s The Master and Margarita. “Written in the 1930s but not published until the 1960s, The Master and Margarita is the most breathtakingly original piece of work. Few books can match it for weirdness. The devil, Woland, comes to Moscow with […]
Check out all the posts for our friends at Fox Spirit Books’ Women In Horror Month blogathon, including pieces by the Gutter’s own Angela and Carol. Angela wrote about Karen Black in Trilogy of Terror and Carol wrote about Cat People (1942).